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Burn Ban was removed for Erath County on Monday, April 14!
Commissioners will re-evaluate the ban at next meeting on April 28

Community Calendar

 

Friday, April 18
Community Easter Egg Hunt
4:30 p.m.- Golden Age Manor

Saturday, April 19
Dublin Riding Club Playday
10 a.m. - Dublin Arena

Monday, April 21
Red Hat Society Luncheon
11:30 a.m. - Senior Citizens Center
DISD School Board Meeting
7 p.m. - 420 N. Post Oak

Tuesday, April 22
Rabies Clinic
4-6 p.m. - Bradberry’s Best

Thursday, April 24
Freshman Orientation Mtg. and Supper
6:30 p.m. - DHS Cafeteria





BELOW ARE STORIES FEATURED IN THE

April 17, 2014 ISSUE

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Council keeping kids safe in city
The Dublin City Council considered children’s safety during their Monday night meeting in which they also rezoned a property and worked towards a new mini-park for a Ben Hogan historical marker.

Lingleville picks next principal
Nick Heupel was officially selected as the next principal of Lingleville schools during a Thursday night meeting which also addressed a controversial misunderstanding on standardized testing.

Special services planned to commemorate Easter
Special worship services and community events have been planned to celebrate Easter, the high point of the Christian year.

Officials plan for emergencies
Local and state officials will meet next week to train on inspecting ammonium nitrate facilities, and next month to discuss how best to coordinate and respond should an ammonium nitrate explosion occur here, as it did at the West Fertilizer Co. in West, Texas a year ago, today.




DFFA students headed for state, Comanche Chamber Awards, Trackletes headed to regionals and Much More!

Turning Back The Pages
100 YEARS AGO
April 17, 1914

T.R. Moreland, age 45, a juror in the federal court at Fort Worth and who resides at Rucker in Comanche County attempted suicide by cutting his throat. A recess of the court was taken and just as the jury was leaving the box, Moreland cut his throat. Immediate interference by other jurors prevented him from cutting himself sufficiently to cause death.

READ TURING BACK THE PAGES EACH WEEK ON THE FRONT PAGE OF THE DUBLIN CITIZEN. TURNING BACK THE PAGES INCLUDES HISTORY FROM 100, 75, 50 AND 25 YEARS AGO.


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